you may have a better idea of why. I have been following along with the stats here as able and it does not appear that anyone is reading these. I'm sure that many of us, are BUSY with the upcoming months of Thanks Giving, Hannukah, Advent and Christmas. Just final touches for this year of 2012. So for now, SIS (Songs in Spanish) will be on PAUSE!!! EnJOY your holiday season and remember to keep Jesus first!
You can continue with all the songs that I gave in 31 Days, especially the Sundays, when I shared multiple songs on full CDs and concerts, really more than enough.
Just with the series by Maranatha Singers "Quiero Alabarte" and their 7 volumes, there are many songs and beautiful voices that clearly pronounce the words of many songs that you are probable familiar with in English. If I knew all of these in Spanish as I do in English, I know that they would bless me and others here in Mexico. So I'm working on learning them also.
The 104 LESSONS at STUDY SPANISH (Beginning) are also excellent and explained very well. The Grammar Section is not the only one as I mentioned before here.
I highly recommend this program, as if I had written it myself. "Camino de Exito" is the program that they sell but the link to the beginner level is free. By the way, that title means "Way to Success", and I believe that Jesus is the way, ... (John 14:6) one of the first Bible verses I memorized. This also is a good way to train, to memorize key verses in Spanish!
I think I have some playlists for CHRISTmas songs even in Spanish over at my You Tube Channel so I will be featuring them on my Featured Playlists (or come back here and I may link some here as well)! update: I only found one in Spanish and linked it to Spanish but as the season comes, I'll probably add more.
Feliz Día de GRACIAS!
You know what I find so beautiful in Spanish,
God is in the language in so many ways.
look at the word
easy and well known word
the first part of that word
You see our thanks is based on
is undeserved, unmerited
but given to us
A grateful heart
for all things
God's Grace is so aMazing!
so many ways
(which would also be the plural of "gracia")
Can grace be graces?
So when you tell someone "gracias", you are extending God's grace to them! Isn't that what HE would want?